Monthly Archives: April 2010

Troubling Trends: More Japanese Students Opting out of Studying Abroad

The Washington Post reported Sunday on a “sustained and potentially harmful decline for an export-dependent nation that is losing global market share to its highly competitive Asian neighbors, whose students are stampeding into American schools.” This decline in Japanese students…

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Meet the New TESOL President

The new TESOL President, Brock Brady, introduces himself on his April podcast, which you can listen to over here. TESOL Presidents serve two year terms and are elected by TESOL members. If you’ve got a little time left over after…

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More International Students Applying to Graduate Schools in the U.S.

The New York Times reports: International applications to graduate programs in the United States increased by 7 percent this year, according to a report to be released Tuesday by the Council of Graduate Schools. Applications from abroad decreased sharply in…

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